Kilian Jornet and the Summits of My Life team in Germany
Stuttgart, in south-west Germany, last night hosted the German premiere of “Langtang”. Kilian Jornet and the Summits of My Life team were present at the screening that was attended by 450 people in the Wagenhallen hall.
Kilian Jornet, accompanied by the film’s director Seb Montaz and the mountaineer Jordi Tosas, gave a talk about Nepal and why they travelled to the Langtang valley almost a year ago.
“We are happy to be here, it’s the first time that we present a Summits of My Life film in Germany. It’s always nice to have a screening to have time to share it with the audience and have their feedback, as well as share backstage moments of the films”, Kilian said.
The event was part of the Salomon O.U.T. festival which also screened other films of athletes from around the world trail running.
As well as documenting the journey, the film is also a homage to the Nepalese people and their generosity. As with the film’s earlier showing in Barcelona, all of the proceeds from the Stuttgart screening will go towards the charitable project established by Summits of My Life and the NGO SOS Himalaya aimed at rebuilding 116 houses in the Langtang valley in Nepal.